Support » Plugin: Network Plugin Auditor » [Plugin: Network Plugin Auditor] database intensive or not?

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  • There’s no caching currently, but that’s a great idea and I’ve added it to my to-do list. 🙂

    If you have a really large network this could be quite intensive since it needs to query each blog for the list of active plugins, but it only runs on two network admin pages so I expect the impact to be limited.

    The Sites list page runs a more efficient query than the Plugins list page so if there’s a drastic slowdown I’d turn off the column on the Plugins page.

    I’ve tested it up to 50 plugins and 50 sites and it ran smoothly, but if you have significantly more sites than 50 I honestly haven’t tried under those conditions and your feedback would be great.

    thanks for the feedback.

    Hi Ovidiu,

    I’ve added the results of the more intensive queries to the transient cache, I hope this addresses your concerns. 🙂

    – Kathy

    thanks for the update!

    We just installed in our network of 400 custom sites and 140 plugins and it seems to be working great so far.


    Oh wow! Thanks for the feedback, that’s great to know it works with so many sites!

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